The Sony A7 II full-frame camera can be purchased right now from Amazon for just $898. This particular model usually sells for upwards of $1,500, which means that this deal will net you a whopping 42% discount if you act quickly.

This Sony Alpha A7 II is the fourth camera to be released as part of Sony’s A7 lineup and comes as an image-stabilized full-frame mirrorless camera. It comes with a 24-megapixel sensor – which is the same sensor as the model that came before it – and the exact same BIONZ X processor that has powered all of Sony’s previous A7 models. But that’s pretty much where the similarities stop and you are definitely getting an improvement with this model.

The camera offers 5-axis sensor-based image stabilization, improved auto-focus performance via algorithm tweaks to achieve 30% gains and very visual and aesthetic tweaks that make the visual element of this model different from earlier versions. Sony has made this model larger and heavier.

It offers a 3-inch tilting LCD with 1.3 million dots. It comes with a 2.36M dot OLED viewfinder to ensure that you capture exactly what you are intending. It also has Wi-Fi with NFC capabilities. Remote Camera Control allows you to control your A7 II from your PC and transfer files using a USB cable. Feature control has also been updated to include video capture control. This is definitely an excellent camera worthy of consideration for people who have this type of money to spend on getting themselves a new shooter.

Jump on over to the direct link below to nab yourself this stunning Sony camera right now. If you are ready to take your camera game to the next level and are happy to receive a massive discount in the process, then this is the camera for you. Pick it up right now with no coupons or discount codes necessary.

Buy: Sony Alpha 7 II E-mount Interchangeable Lens Mirrorless Camera with Full-Frame Sensor from Amazon: $898 | Original price: $1,538.22

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